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tr.v. mis·did (-dĭd′), mis·done (-dŭn′), mis·do·ing, mis·does (-dŭz′)
To do wrongly or awkwardly; botch.

mis·do′er n.
mis·do′ing n.
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done badly
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Lord of all worlds, to You I turn in prayer That you revive my failing, ailing sight, And let me glimpse the fading, waning white Before my last few candles disappear." Lord of all worlds, I see my eyes grow blind Through deeds misdone; yet turn, yet turn to me In grace, as worlds are cradled in Your palm; For You have planted in my heart and mind The hope, when darkness ends, that I may see Your shining face--in the world to come.